To some, the world of continuing medical education is all about credit. It’s a simple but misguided notion, a lasting myth held by several members of the federal Institute of Medicine, Congress, and even some CME providers. It starts with a basic premise: Physicians attend CME activities only because they are required to earn credits to maintain their licenses and certifications. For example, many medical specialty boards require specialists to earn between 40 and 60 CME credits ...

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